Miesha Tate is a former UFC women’s bantamweight champion, but more importantly she is a hero.
Over the weekend, Tate was out on a hike when she came across a six-year-old girl named Kai, who had suffered a broken arm at the top of the mountain. Kai was with her family, who was hoping to make the nearly three-mile trek for medical attention, when Tate arrived to provide assistance.
According to Kai’s parents, Tate carried the injured girl down the trail and “saved us easily hours of hiking and helped us get her to the hospital sooner.” The family thanked Tate on social media.
Tate also shared a thank you video she received from the young girl.
Tate also shared photos of the journey down the mountain.
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It’s incredible to see the story and Tate’s selflessness, but we should not be surprised. In fact, this is not even the first time Tate came to the rescue of someone in need.
Back in 2014, Tate also saved the mom of her boyfriend, Bryan Caraway, while snorkeling.
It’s safe to say that Miesha Tate is a champion in and out of the cage.